[Updated] PC De-Crapifier..Ver.2.3.1..Dec.17/12
The PC De-Crapifier is designed to remove a specific list unwanted software in an unattended fashion. Before running, the user may select exactly what software should be removed. Currently, it is targeted for use on most Dell machines,however it will theoretically run on anything that has the software listed below.
Earthlink Setup Files
Tiscali Internet Files
Wanadoo Europe Installer
Corel Photo Album 6
McAffee Personal Firewall
McAffee VirusScan Online
McAffee Security Center
Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer
America Online 9.0 US Version
America Online 9.0 UK Version
Musicmatch Music Services
Get High Speed Internet!
Internet Service Offers Launcher
Norton Ghost 10.0
MS Plus! Photo Story 2 LE
MS Plus! Digital Media Edition Installer
Corel Word Perfect
Sonic Update Manager
Sonic RecordNow Audio
Sonic RecordNow Copy
Roxio MyDVD LE
Run Registry Keys:
BuildBU - Part of Dell Alerts which provides customers with an update on latest updates. Can be run manually as needed
DVDLauncher - Belongs to the Cyberlink PowerCinema video viewing software which allows you to play DVDs on insertation. This program is a non-essential process, and is installed for ease of use.
ISUSPM Startup and ISUSScheduler - InstallShield Update Service Scheduler. Automatically searches for and performs any updates to the software. Can be run manually.
msci - Used for McAffee Security Center
MSKDetectorExe - Part of McAfee Spamkiller
QBReminderFlash - QuickBooks
QuickTime Task - Tray icon that you can use for quick access to the QuickTime application and additional settings. Can be run manually.
RealTray - Tray icon that you can use for quick access to the Real Player application and additional settings. Can be run manually.
SunJavaUpdateSched - Updater for the Java Runtime Envronment. Can be run manually
DellSupport - Agent that offers additional support and update features for your Dell computer or laptop. Can be run manually.
Simply download the file and run the executable. There is no installer. There's no uninstaller. It's all self-contained.
No changelog as of yet..